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Published June 17, 2010

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's office has received nearly $20,000 in private donations to help the state mount a legal defense against lawsuits related to its tough new immigration law.

Nearly 440 people in 46 states and the District of Columbia have contributed to the fund. According to a list of donors provided to The Arizona Republic newspaper, the smallest contribution is $1 and the largest is $750.

Brewer announced last month that she had hired private counsel to represent her in the federal lawsuits pending against the state. She is named as a defendant in four of the five cases.

Arizona's new immigration law is scheduled to take effect July 29. It requires police, while enforcing other laws, to question a person's immigration status if officers have a reasonable suspicion that the person is in the country illegally.
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I believe it is an important cause whether we live in AZ or not; I donated (a small amount - we are paying lots of medical bills) and hope you will consider doing doing the same; even with minimal contribution it will show the number of people who support the fight against illegal immigration.
Maybe the federal government is going to wake up (one can always dream)

I also thanked Governor Jan Brewer for signing SB 1108.

Here is the link to donate:
Keep AZ Safe